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on washington for jobs and freedom. jobs was the number one thing on that list. and the president today is expected to talk about that, that a great deal of progress has been made in terms of the rights of all americans and the legal rights of all americans. but that in terms of the economy and jobs, not enough progress has been made. it's an interesting point that about three times more african-americans live below the poverty level than white americans. and that was the same proportion in 1963. fewer americans live in poverty overall but by comparison, african-americans and white americans, the proportions have not changed since 1963. and i believe that's what you are going to hear the president speaking about just now. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states, barack obama. (cheers and applause) >> to the king family who have sacrificed and inspired so much, to president clinton, president carter, vice president biden, jill, fellow americans, five decades ago today americans came to this honored place to lay claim to a promise made at our founding. we hold these tr
u.s. and russian diplomats are working in washington to repair damage caused after russia granted edward snowden asylum. secretary of state john kerry and his russian counterpart opened a meeting a couple of hours ago. kerry says they need to make progress on global trouble spots including syria. meantime, the state department is warning americans to avoid traveling to pakistan. that's after a specific threat forced the consulate there to evacuate. tina kraus has the latest. >> reporter: a threat to the u.s. consulate in pakistan's second largest city lahore has forced american diplomats out. the u.s. government ordered all nonessential staff to leave the area because of a possible attack. the consulate was already scheduled to be closed through sunday for a muslim holiday. >> this is a period where historically you have seen terrorist groups trying to attack. and so that adds to the sense of anxiety. >> reporter: the state department is advising u.s. citizens not to travel to pakistan. but u.s. officials say the consulate closure in lahore is not related to the closing of 19 u.s.
to a raccoon. the smithsonian discovered one of them was living at the national zoo in washington for about a year discovered by mistaken identity. they didn't know it. >>> "tony's table," pasta tips for a delicious ravioli with some help from his daughter stephanie. >> reporter: steph, those rav local list look delicious. >> they are good. they are floating up like pillows and ready to be eaten about now. >> we have here some white onions and tomatoes and olive oil and we just heated them up. 4 or 5 ingredients is all this dish has. put in the raviolis. >> rosemary chicken which is great because the side that it tastes delicious it's low fat because there's no cheese. >> we are going to add cheese anyway. add some pepper. some parsley. and then we are going to add the cheese right into the sauce now. not on the top. i want to melt some of the cheese on it. thicken up the sauce a little bit. they are going to fight with this with the forks. >> these simple ingredients are always the best. >> they are always at the end always get that little piece on the plate. >> i know but you eat it so fa
a convenience store near poplar and washington streets when the man attacked her from behind. she kicked him in the groin and escaped. residents tell us they never expected an attack like this in their area. >> i'm also not completely surprised because i always go around with the perception that something could happen to me which is why i try not to walk around by myself especially late at night. >> officers say a k-9 unit tracked down the suspect's scent to the campus and then lost it. >>> bart workers are preparing for a rally in oakland later today. whether or not the rally is a sign that workers are going to strike on monday, that's anyone's guess. the two sides have until sunday night to come up with a contract or they will go on strike. as kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran reports, both sides don't seem to be making a whole lot of progress. >> reporter: local 1555 members were joined by union leaders from other cities to join their concern about bart's chief negotiator tom hock. >> tom hock is not a friend of labor. tom hock is not a friend of anybody. tom hock is out for tom hock. >> rep
bay smoking hot at santa rosa 91 degrees. 70s earlier this ek washington extended forecast calls for things to stay warm through friday and then a little cooling trend in the bay area. saturday and sunday only upper 80s will do it. temperatures will be in the upper 80s for saturday and sunday. and then we'll turn it around in the early part of the week when we get back toward 90 inland. today we are looking at special challenges that aims at changing lives. and roberta gonzales live out in sunol to tell us about it. >> reporter: brian, i know you like to tour around the bay area. so you know this place verywell. we are at the historic pinole train station in the eastern part of the bay area where currently according to mobile weather it is 82 degrees. winds are under five miles per hour. we came here today because this is really a popular spot for cyclists to meet in the afternoon to ride their bikes into calaveras, palomares or out to mines row. we are joined by cyclists today. jeremiah angel is here to tell us about his upcoming bike ride. >> reporter: on the september 7th we
other passengers survived. >> former president mubarik could be released. as tara tells us, washington is divided over whether to cut off aid to egypt. >> ambulances rushed to the scene of an ambush. islamic militants stopped buses carrying 25 off duty policeman and shot them execution style. the day before security forces killed 36 detainees were trying to escape. the violence is the latest in a string of clashes between security forces and supporters of mohammed morsi. nearly 1,000 people have been killed since last wednesday when they began cracking down on supporters. >>> the country's military chief says the army does not want to hold on to power but will not stand by silently. >>> with the death toll rising, more and more law makers are calling on the white house to cut off aid. $1.3 billion to egypt each year. >>> defense secretary chuck hagel condemned the violence during a news conference with his chinese counterpart. >> we're reviewing every aspect of our relationship with egypt. >> former egyptian president is expected to be released from custody this week. in the middle of
of the first ones to come into season and out of season of the these are coming from washington state. the color and texture is still there and so is the quality. did you know that apricots are the most nutritional of all summer fruit? loaded with nutritional value. selection and storage this time of year in mid-august is very important. when you buy them, do not compromise. beautiful arrange color all the way around. the darker the orange color et better they're going to be. make sure they have a slight give. when you bring them home on the counter not in the refrigerator. make sure they're heavy for their size. two or three days, that's it. enjoy these apricots. don't wait too long. cut them in half, put them on the grill, a little bit of balsamic reduction. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. ciao. behind at a "white castle" >> looking good, tony. want fries with that? check out this gaping hole that an suv left behind in a white castle restaurant in new jersey. the car crashed through the front and as you can see created a mess.
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